AUSTIN, Texas -- Central Oklahoma wins its fourth consecutive game, this time against No. 2 St. Edward's 2-0 scoring both goals within 13 minutes of each other.

In the 64th minute that Central Oklahoma (4-3) would have a scoring chance, and they made the most of it. Ashton Morris ripped a shot from 30 yards out that beat Hilltopper goalkeeper Claire Tilton  back post to put the Bronchos up, 1-0.

Central Oklahoma would add to its lead in the 77th minute when Summer Grantham picked up a loose ball in front of the net and sent a 10-yard shot into the back of the net.

No. 3 Fort Lewis 4, Nebraska-Kearney 2
DURANGO, Colo. -- Megan Striedel scored a pair of goals and Emma Cannis notched three assists as No. 3 Fort Lewis (5-0-1 overall, 2-0-0 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) defeated Nebraska-Kearney (2-4-0, 0-2-0) at Dirks Field.

Senior forward Hayley Hollenga, Fort Lewis's career leader in goals (36), assists (25), and total points (97), had a goal and an assist on a day that saw her accept an award as the fan choice for best Skyhawk player in history.

Hollenga started the scoring just 10:53 into the game when she netted her fourth goal of the season after beating Nebraksa-Kearney goalkeeper Marissa Niday. Sara Egbom played a long ball through the Loper defense to assist on the play.

No. 5 UC San Diego 4, Cal Poly Pomona 0
POMONA, Calif. -- In a Sunday matchup to decide the lead in the South Division race, Cal Poly Pomona played No. 5 UC San Diego tough early as the score remained 0-0 into halftime. In the end the Tritons rallied for four second-half goals to secure the victory.

About one and a half minutes into the second half, UC San Diego's offense got going. With Sarah McTigue sending a cross to the far post from the left side, Anne Wethe won a header and the ball trickled past Cal Poly Pomona goalkeeper Emily Miller.

UC San Diego's next two scores both came off corner kicks. After Hayley Johnson attempts, Cassie Callahan struck for the first goal at 53:54 with a leaping shot at the far post. On the other corner kick, Izzy Pozurama lifted a header over Miller's head from about six yards out on the left side

Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.